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Digital photo album3.5 unable to view memory card

I follow Copy the photo instructions on pg. 18 and when I get to select memory card press ok to start file show it says "no photo file"There are 451 photos on the memory card . what do I need to do ?

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Copy the photo's only with recommended format. it will not recognize any other format.

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